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|Frank J Vignola Jr
Frank J. Vignola, Jr. was a loving person. Whatever riches he had, empotional and tangible, he shared with all he knew. He was a very hard working and responsible person you could always depend upon. Whatever he was doing, whether at work or at play, he gave it his all.
What we miss most about him:
-getting up at the crack of dawn to be the first on line with his kids to see the newest Star Wars movie
-watching him play Monopoly with our daughter, Sarah, and Battleship, with our son, Anthony
-seeing him enjoy a cigar with gusto and stinking out the neighborhood
-listening to him argue with his brother, James, and brother-in-law Jerry, over how to fix something for longer than it takes to actually do it
-his great imagination and sense of fun like when he dressed up as a Rubicks cube for our family New Year’s Eve party
-hearing him scream at the TV when he watched the Jets play well or not so well
-going out to dinner and watching his enjoyment as he tasted a new wine
-hearing the door slam and Anthony getting up from bed yelling “Daddy’s home from work and I just have to tell him one thing”
Our memories of Frank will live in our hearts each and every forever. Many people have said Frank was a hero because of the way he died, but we feel he is our hero because of the way he lived.
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